Ari Unda / Rice Jaggeri Balls -Repost For Rice Event

Ari Unda / Rice Jaggeri Balls


Ingredients
  • 1 cup par boiled rice
  • 1/2 cup powdered jaggeri(Found in Asian Markets , Indian stores OR substitute with brown sugar)
  • 1/2 cup fresh grated coconut
  • cardamom, to taste(optional)
Directions
Dry roast the par boiled rice on medium flame, adding about 1/4 th
cup at a time. Stop roasting when it turns golden brown and stops
popping. Wait for about 5 minutes to cool the popped rice and grind
to a fine powder(add the cardamom while grinding the rice to get a
nice flavor). Mix coconut and jaggeri well and grind it in a blender to
a paste. Now mix this well with powdered rice and make small balls.
Store it in an air tight container, use with in a day or two.(Shelf life
depends on the amount of coconut used, use less coconut for better shelf life)


Sending this to Rice event hosted by Anitha

Comments

  1. it my favorite.Kandittu vaayil vellam varunnu

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  2. Thank you so much for including a substitution for the jaggeri. This recipe sounds delicious and one that I would greatly enjoy. A delightful and sweet treat. YUM

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  3. yummy and mouthwaering ladoo...very colourful too...i want to grab one...just 1 Q :- can i use any other rice?

    cheers

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  4. it my favorite.Kandittu vaayil vellam varunnu"
    ithe gnanum parayinnu ... adi poli

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  5. Yum, that sounds sweet and delicious!

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  6. This is new to me, loooks soooo perfect and tempting :).. very nice!

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  7. yummy!its a new sweet for me.asusual a gr8 click.

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  8. Great looking rice ball, wanna grab one now!

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  9. Never heard of rice laddoos before...luking tasty.

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  10. Never made with rice delicious sweet!

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  11. Mouth-watering delicious! So crispy, crunchy and golden brown! They look excellent!

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  12. The laddoos look awesome, used to feast on them on every visit to Kerala...really tempting.

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  13. new to me looks great with a cup of tea

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  14. Wat do I say...YUMMMM
    I simply love unda...

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  15. ur are tempting with this picture..awesome recipe

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  16. pic is too good and tempting ...looks really delicious ..

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  17. balls perfect and mouthwatering....

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  18. woweeeeee...yumyyy.. i mg onna make this for sure...love it dear!!!! ur just superb :)

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  19. Rice and jaggery balls looks beautiful..

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  20. rice undais look delicious, that would be a nice snack!!!

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  21. The rice undais are perfectly made here...loved the recipe...will def try this...

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  22. It looks really delicious! A very good combination:)

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  23. Never heard abt this dish, this looks gorgeous and simply out of this world, extraordinary...wanna grab them from the screen:) Thanks for sharing this lovely authentic dish:)

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  24. iyyo.........kidillan...ente vayyil kappal odunnu...So delicious and perfect deary!!!

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  25. yummy..these looks so perfect !

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  26. adipoli..my hubby's fav..Great entry for the event :-)

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  27. Reminds me of something that my grandmother used to make....love this

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  28. What a mouth-watering sweet treat. Something new for me - I've only had rice sweet in pudding. Looks like a slice of rice heaven.

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  29. Hi Vrinda

    thank you for answering my question....

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  30. this is a perfect and sweet entry

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  31. Vrinda, LOve your delectable rice and jaggery laddoos. THis is new to me. Bookmarked this recipe..will try it soon.

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  32. Vrinda,

    Ariyunda lookds really good. I will try to make them

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  33. Ariyuna looks great Vrinda...excellent pictures :)

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  34. The rice balls look really delicious. I love it!

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  35. I have not used par boiled rice before and I am guessing this is a dry rice variety not literaly half boiled rice as it would be difficult to roast??Sounds simple nad easy to make.

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  36. These look amazingly yummy!!! I love this kind of sweet treats, YUM!

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  37. This is new to me dear, very simple and interesting too........

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